Today’s Solutions: July 23, 2024

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Students invent device so dad in wheelchair can stroll with his baby

A group of high school students has invented an innovative stroller attachment for wheelchairs that allows people with disabilities to safely take their baby for a walk. The invention, called WheeStroll, was developed by a team of students from Bullis School in Maryland, as part of a class called Read More...

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Scientists make exoskeletons more user-friendly with cameras and AI

While exoskeletons have proved incredibly useful in recent years by enabling people with disabilities to move around more easily, they still have some drawbacks. A research team at the University of Waterloo in Canada is looking to address these issues by integrating smart cameras and AI into the Read More...

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The European Space Agency is seeking to hire astronauts with disabilities

For the first time in more than a decade, the European Space Agency (ESA) is now seeking new astronauts. This time, however, the agency will put inclusivity at the forefront of the draft process, hoping to make the future of space exploration more representative. In an effort to achieve greater Read More...

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Dots makes future technologies accessible to people with disabilities

While the rapid advent of future technologies such as Augmented Reality (AR) and Internet of Things (IoT) devices represents an exciting development in our modern society,  these technologies are often not adapted to everyone’s needs, leaving people with disabilities behind. Enter Dots, an Read More...